Tag Archives: Ryan Hartman

Boeing’s Insitu Lands ScanEagle Drone Support Task Order With Coast Guard; Ryan Hartman Comments

Boeing’s Insitu subsidiary has received a potential four-year, $12.3 million task order to provide support services for the ScanEagle unmanned aerial system to use onboard the U.S. Coast Guard’s National Security Cutter ship. The Coast Guard awarded the task order under a Naval Air Systems Command multiple-award contract, Insitu said Monday. The contract has a base …

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Boeing’s Insitu Subsidiary, PrecisionHawk Form Alliance to Aid Commercial Drone Customers

Insitu has formed a strategic alliance with PrecisionHawk in an effort to develop unmanned aircraft system services that work to help commercial enterprises meet safety requirements for unmanned flights. Boeing subsidiary Insitu said Wednesday the alliance will utilize the UAS research and testing capacity of the companies, which are both Federal Aviation Administration Pathfinder program participants. Ryan Hartman, Insitu president …

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Insitu Refreshes ScanEagle UAV Platform; Ryan Hartman Comments

Insitu, a Boeing subsidiary, has upgraded its ScanEagle unmanned aerial vehicle platform. ScanEagle 2 features a reciprocating internal combustion propulsion system that is built for small UAS, Insitu said Wednesday. “ScanEagle 2 will shepherd us into the next two decades as we focus on reliability and affordability and enter the civil/commercial market,” said …

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Ryan Hartman: Boeing’s Insitu to Explore Commercial Markets for ScanEagle UAV

Ryan Hartman, CEO of Boeing‘s Insitu subsidiary, said the business is looking to make its ScanEagle unmanned aerial vehicle commercially available for agricultural and environmental uses, Avionics Magazine reported Wednesday. Woodrow Bellamy III writes that Hartman wants to adopt a UAV commercialization strategy similar to the one Insitu used when …

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Ryan Hartman: Boeing’s Insitu Subsidiary Adding Weight for ‘Integrator’ UAS Variant

Boeing‘s Insitu subsidiary is building a heavier variant of its Integrator unmanned aerial vehicle platform to accommodate additional payloads and capabilities, Defense News reported Saturday. Aaron Mehta writes the variant will be at 165 pounds, compared to the current 135 pounds of the Marine Corps‘ Integrator-based RQ-21A Blackjack. “One of the things we know for a fact …

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